“A superbly restorative tonic for troubled times, a hymn to human interaction” Q 4*

Liverpool’s All We Are are set to release their third album Providence later this month (August 14th) via Double Six, and today, the trio are pleased to share their latest song from the LP, the luminous “Heart Of Mine”.

Watch the visualiser for “Heart Of Mine” here.
Stream “Hearts Of Mine” here.

All We Are say of the track: “Heart of Mine is one of our most honest and candid love songs. It’s about loss and not being afraid of showing your fragile side - and the freedom that comes from expressing those feelings”

Providence welcomes us into All We Are’s world of technicolor pop, it is the three-piece’s most euphoric and propulsive work to date, underpinned with a warmth that runs through everything the band do. With Providence, All We Are have created an album celebrating the universal virtues of love, loss, sex, friendship and dance. “The celebration of the positive things was our focal point with this record”, says Rich, “We could never have known what sort of world we’d be releasing this record into but our goal was always to try to bring people joy amongst the sorrow”.

Comprised of Ireland’s Richard O’Flynn (drums), Norway’s Guro Gikling(bass) and Brazil’s Luis Santos (guitar), All We Are have released two albums previously, their self-titled debut in 2015 that explored sublime late-nightgrooves and the psychedelia, krautrock and post-punk-informed Sunny Hills in 2017. Shapeshifting once more on Providence, the band have previously shared the simmering sensual “L Is For Lose”, the tropical-tinged “Bad Advice”as well the mood-lifting “Not Your Man” singles.

All We Are recently shared the Yuksek remix of “Not Your Man” – stream here.

Providence is available to pre-order on Dom-Mart exclusive blue coloured vinyl (with fold out poster), deluxe blue coloured vinyl, standard vinyl, CD and digital download. Pre-order: Dom Mart | Digital

Upcoming live dates

  • 17th February 2021 – The Sound House, Dublin
  • 18th February 2021 – Night & Day, Manchester
  • 19th February 2021 – Bodega, Nottingham
  • 20th February 2021 – Lending Room, Leeds – rescheduled date
  • 21st February 2021 – Think Tank, Newcastle
  • 23rd February 2021 – The Louisana, Bristol
  • 24th February 2021 – Colours Hoxton, London – rescheduled date
  • 25th February 2021 – The Hope and Ruin, Brighton
  • 26th February 2021 – Arts Club Loft, Liverpool – rescheduled date

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